Mealbreaker (n.): a nasty, non-edible surprise found in food while it is being eaten; often lawsuit-provoking, sometimes fabricated, always disgusting.
Gloria Chubb was going about her business, microwaving the contents of a can of green beans when she discovered something decidedly un-green-bean-like. "I thought it was maybe a piece of moldy bacon or something," she told WBND, an affiliate of CNN. Turns out, Chubb discovered a frog, nearly intact except for some limbs floating among the green beans.
She returned all her other unopened cans to Meijer, the supermarket that sold the can, and received a full refund. Chubb has since received an apology note from the canning company along with $50. Though Chubb luckily noticed the can before she consumed the frog, she told WBND, "I don't think I'll have green beans anytime soon."
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